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Vultures on extinction! But Why?

Vulture populations have drastically declined over the past three decades. They are now the world’s most threatened group of birds with 73% of species around the world vulnerable to extinction and 77% experiencing population declines. The situation is particularly dire in Africa where four species of vulture are listed as …

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Rhino ‘Murders’ in Africa !

South Africa is home to around 80 percent of the world’s 29,000 rhino. Despite the fact that this is the third year in succession the quantity of rhinos poached in South Africa has dropped—from a high of 1,215 out of 2014—progressives say these misfortunes are as yet unsustainable. The decrease …

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‘Monarch’ Butterflies !

Monarch butterflies are not ready to survive the chilly winters of the vast majority of the United States so they relocate south and west every pre-winter to get away from the cool climate. The Monarch relocation ordinarily begins in about October of every year, except can begin prior if the …

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‘Barcode’ to identify plants Now !

A worldwide group of researchers has concurred on a standard “DNA barcode” for plants that will enable botanists to recognize species rapidly and effortlessly.They trust the understanding will prompt the development of a worldwide plant DNA library, which can be shared by established researchers.The scanner tags are required to have …

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